Tsukihime Manga's Sasakishonen Ends Tsuki no Sango Manga
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Sasakishonen published the last chapter of the manga adaptation of Kinoko Nasu's Tsuki no Sango (Moon Coral) novella on Kodansha's Saizensen manga website on Tuesday. The science-fiction story centers on a lone "princess," who lives on a sparsely populated island in Earth's far future.
Sasakishonen launched the manga on Saizensen in July 2012, and it has since been serialized irregularly on the site. Kodansha published the first compiled book volume for the manga in 2014.
Nasu wrote the novella as the first story for the "Sakamoto Maaya Mangetsu Rōdoku Kan" (Maaya Sakamoto Full Moon Recital Hall) event in 2010, where voice actress and singer Maaya Sakamoto recited stories with animation playing in the background. ufotable animated the video, with illustrations by Type-Moon's Takashi Takeuchi and Chihiro Aikura. Kodansha released the novel in 2011.
Sasakishonen previously drew the manga adaptation of Type-Moon and Nasu's Tsukihime adult visual novel in Kadokawa's Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh magazine from 2003 to 2010. DrMaster published the first six volumes of the manga in North America from 2005 to 2009.